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Philippe Starck
Hudson Chair by Emeco


The collaboration between Emeco and Philippe Starck began in 1999, and since then Starck has helped Emeco create and build many of Emeco’s most popular chairs. As we prepare to announce new products this spring, we continue to appreciate the imagination, talent, quest for perfection, and playful spirit Starck has brought to Emeco. The Hudson […]


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Cassina
Caprice and Passion chairs


Philippe Starck – a new look for the Caprice and Passion chairs. The identity of the cutting-edge chairs Caprice and Passion has been strengthened thanks to the development of further proposals studied for all areas of the home. The innovation behind these products highlights Cassina’s technological skill in developing complex projects. The steel structure supports a futuristic nylon frame, […]


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Cassina
Sleeping authentic


Rodolfo Dordoni, Piero Lissoni, Philippe Starck – a new collection of signature beds enriching Cassina’s sleeping culture. Sleeping Authentic is the original interpretation of the sleeping area. Four new signature beds: Sled by Rodolfo Dordoni, Moov and Mex by Piero Lissoni, Volage by Philippe Starck. The fulcrum of the new Cassina bed collection is a reflection on the bed’s […]


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Shopping Architecture Now!
Philip Jodidio


  The latest volume in the world’s most successful architecture series Shops are the one place where the stars of the world of architecture, from David Adjaye to Rem Koolhaas and Zaha Hadid encounter the people who make the world of design turn, from Jurgen Bey to Tom Dixon, Ingo Maurer, or Philippe Starck. This […]


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Architecture Now! Restaurants & Bars
Philip Jodidio


Cutting edge architecture and bold design:  The latest architecture and design of restaurants and bars, from L.A. to Tokyo, is the focus of this book. Whether the challenge is merely placing furniture in a simple space, or an ambitious structural project, restaurants and bars are the sites of our most expressive architecture; more ephemeral than […]


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